As VCs focus on maturing companies, lithium-ion developers make likely acquisition targets

In the upcoming state of the market report entitled "Alternative Power and Energy Storage Financing: How to Play a Buyer's Market," we explain that venture capital (VC) investments in the market are shifting towards larger rounds for later-stage companies. This especially holds true for lithium-ion ...

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